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How do I decide if a minor is a good idea for me?

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  • Gather information on the minor from the University Undergraduate Advising Handbook and contact the person in charge for the most up-to-date information on requirements, course recommendations, availability, prerequisites, and sequencing. Also check the college or department Web site to see if they have provided a specific link to information on the minor. Since the University may make changes to what minors are offered at any time, it is important that you get the most current information from your adviser.
  • Visit the Web site of the Registrar’s Office for a list of undergraduate minors listed by college. IST also offers a variety of IST minors jointly with other departments that have approved baccalaureate minors.
  • Meet with your adviser to discuss incorporating the minor into your major and develop a plan for meeting the requirements. Meet with the adviser for the minor for specific questions about courses required for the minor.